At Diplomat, we are committed to serving patients living with rare bleeding disorders. We understand the implications of living with these disorders and pass our knowledge on to patients through education and 24/7 in-house clinical expertise. Our nurses can also train patients to properly self-infuse, so patients receive treatment safely and conveniently. Together with the entire health care team, we do whatever it takes to help patients with rare bleeding disorders thrive.
Opens in a new tab
Rare Bleeding Disorders
We provide benefits investigation and help verify your eligibility for our programs and services. Fill out a simple form and we’ll get in touch with you.
We help connect patients with nonprofit, manufacturer-sponsored and third-party funding options to keep therapy affordable.
A mobile health care application for patients with hemophilia and related bleeding disorders. The app helps patients conveniently track their personal infusion records and bleeding event history, as well as share important injury and treatment information with members of their health care team.
Receive more information on what matters to you.
@DiplomatRxThe influenza vaccine prevented 5.3 million cases during the 2016–2017 flu season, according to CDC estimates. It’s… https://t.co/pYIpMxdZWL2 weeks ago
@DiplomatRxMembers of our education department, Diplomat University, are at #ASHP18! Don’t miss your chance to learn more abou… https://t.co/U6JcXGyAOV2 weeks ago
@DiplomatRxDon’t miss us at #ASHP18 Monday, Dec. 3! Members from our education team will be available to discuss our ASHP-accr… https://t.co/IWwE53v9bE2 weeks ago
@DiplomatRxDiplomat’s Hospital and Health Systems team will be at #ASHP18 next week. Join us in Anaheim to learn how we can he… https://t.co/SO5Or9PCHr2 weeks ago
@DiplomatRxWe’re excited to be at CBI’s Compliant Patient Support Programs Summit. Our very own Cheryl Allen will share her in… https://t.co/d1dSoW1EHC2 weeks ago